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  • United States Renewables Q4 2019

    ... projects. Falling technology costs, the increasingprevalence of corporate power purchase agreements as a growth driver, and robust state-level supports are factors that lead us toexpect the renewables sector to grow its share in the American ... Read More

  • Switzerland Power Q4 2019

    ... phase out nuclear powerwill stimulate opportunities for investment in new capacity, decommissioning nuclear power plants and power grid upgrades. Risk-averse investors will be particularly drawn to the high levels of long-term political and economic stability, ... Read More

  • Vietnam Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... projects, in contrast to crude oil, marred by natural declines and financial constraintsfaced by domestic firms. This compares with an otherwise excellent outlook for the downstream, where projections for strongenergy demand growth over the next ... Read More

  • Brazil Power Q4 2019

    ... power systems. While hydropower will remain thedominant source in Brazil’s power system, the share of hydropower in Brazil’s power mix will erode over the coming decade as therenewable energy sectors and the natural gas sector ... Read More

  • Canada Power Q4 2019

    ... replaced by new hydropower, gas-fired and non-hydropower renewable capacity coming online throughout the next decade. Hydroelectricity will maintain its dominance in themarket, but Canada's vast renewables project pipeline indicates that wind and solar power will ... Read More

  • China Renewables Q4 2019

    ... power in the country -notably coal. As China is set to phase-out subsidies for the sector by 2021 and procure capacity through auctions, the rapidreduction in renewables generation grid curtailment over the past two years ... Read More

  • Colombia Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... term as Ecopetrol plans to increase its spending onupstream in 2019-2021. Private investment will be limited as international firms strengthen their core assets elsewhere. Furtherexpansion of the sector will become increasingly dependent on state-owned Ecopetrol. Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... We forecast natural gas production to prove rapidly insufficient to meetrising domestic demand. We have now pushed back our expectation for first LNG imports from 2020 to 2021 owing to a lack ofprogress at the ... Read More

  • Ecuador Power Q4 2019

    ... Thermal power sources will generate most ofthe remaining power, with non-hydro renewables share in Ecuador's power mix remaining below 4% until 2028. Despitecontinued investment into the development of the country's power infrastructure, transmission and distribution ... Read More

  • Japan Power Q4 2019

    ... from many local and regional governors, the high costsof safety upgrades and more stringent security requirements. Hence, we forecast gas-fired power to remain the dominant source inJapan's power mix at 38.9% in 2028, given headwinds ... Read More

  • Japan Renewables Q4 2019

    ... remain cautious on Japan kickstarting growth through its auctionsscheme, which has failed to award targeted amounts for solar capacity at low costs to date, highlighting the challenges Japan faceswhen it comes to deploying cost-competitive renewable ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan Mining Q4 2019

    ... Q4 2019 Key View: Kazakhstan's mining sector remains well placed for long-term expansion, with the country taking advantage of itsgeographical location to position itself as an important supplier of commodities to Asian and European markets. Read More

  • Kenya Renewables Q4 2019

    ... largest renewables contributor, accountfor just under 15% of total renewables. Despite delays to signing new PPAs and grid connections posing risks, we expectrenewables will be the primary investment focus of the Kenyan power sector, especially ... Read More

  • Kuwait Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... supply restraint deal. Any uplift to production capacity in Kuwait will likely comefrom existing assets as exploration remains very limited, particularly in the offshore. The government will push towards moreexploitation of its domestic gas reserves ... Read More

  • Mozambique Mining Q4 2019

    ... 2019 Key View: Mozambique's coal sector will drive modest mining industry value growth as Vale's key mine continues to ramp up. Thecountry's underdeveloped infrastructure and political and economic instability will continue to deter foreign investment. Read More

  • Portugal Renewables Q4 2019

    ... where a number of new projects have beenawarded through the energy auction held in July 2019, including some under a pay-to-produce model, which attracted record-breaking bids. Numerous domestic and foreign companies have been awarded contracts ... Read More

  • Qatar Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... and Barzan Gas projects. This will also support increases in domestic natural gasconsumption, absorbing new volumes. Neither Qatar's decision to leave OPEC from January 2019 nor strained diplomatic andeconomic relations with Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Renewables Q4 2019

    ... ofcontinued delays and false starts, we do not expect the Saudi government will meet its renewables as set out under Saudi Vision2030. Solar power will account for virtually all of the country's renewable electricity output. Read More

  • Singapore Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... constructed across some of itsmajor export destinations. That said, domestic refineries are highly sophisticated, and commitment to early upgrades means theyare well-prepared to adapt to the changes to be brought on by the implementation of ... Read More

  • Kenya Power Q4 2019

    ... plant from our forecasts after acourt cancelled its licence and ordered a new EIA to be undertaken. While continued investments into the country's grid will ensurea boost in electrification rates and increased trading routes, project ... Read More

  • Malaysia Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... The downstream sector is due for sizable expansion, not least due tothe anticipated start-up of full commercial operations at Petronas-Saudi Aramco’s RAPID refinery by end-2019. The start-up ofRAPID will coincide with the end of Malaysia’s ... Read More

  • Namibia Mining Q4 2019

    ... country has substantial unexploited diamond and uraniumdeposits, and we expect production to grow rapidly as a series of high-profile projects comes online. The country is tipped tobecome the world's third-largest uranium producer by the end ... Read More

  • Pakistan Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... reforming E&P laws, establish the framework for shale gas exploitation and streamlining inefficient, redundantprocesses. Similar efforts to improve incentives for refinery and LNG regasification projects bode well for the downstream, eventhough above-ground risks remain substantial. Read More

  • Philippines Renewables Q4 2019

    ... a strong political commitmentand more incentives in order to support growth. We expect non-hydro renewables generation to decline slightly to 10.2% of thetotal power mix by 2028 due to the development of thermal sources. By ... Read More

  • Spain Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... period. In addition, we believe that prospects for onshore unconventionals are unlikely to materialise within ourforecast period. The country's large refining sector is exposed to the problem of European overcapacity and weak European fuelsdemand, and ... Read More

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